Hi, my name is Daniel Hopsicker, author of “Barry & the boys: The CIA, the Mob, & America’s Secret History;” and “Welcome to TerrorLand: Mohamed Atta & the Venice Flying Circus.” Both were self-published, with the help of a good friend, Kris Millegan, the publisher of Trine Day Books. I’ve also produced a half-dozen documentaries, all on subjects taboo in the mainstream media, from the birth of the Federal Reserve to the fixing of the 2000 Presidentrial Election, to the cocaine cowboys of the Iran Contra 1980’s, and their relevance to the 9/11 attack.
Somebody wrote to tell me a new copy of ‘Barry & the boys’ sells for between $150-$250 on Amazon. I'd be flattered, except what it means is the ‘powers that be’ have been successful—through nuisance lawsuits, to cite one example—from reaching a commercially-viable audience. Being deliberately “marginalized” means that to continue to investigate, write books, and produce documentaries, I need to price my books like the scarce commodities they are.
So until my new book is published, or I figure a way out of this dilemma, my books “Barry & the boys” & “Welcome to TerrorLand,” and my six documentaries are available only through donations, and if you want to buy one of my books, you’ll have to buy it from me. No middlemen.
It’s the biggest story of our time… and the biggest taboo.
Just three weeks after Mohamed Atta arrived to attend flight school in Venice Florida, a Learjet belonging to the school’s owner was seized with 42 lbs. of heroin by DEA Agents at Orlando Executive Airport. It was the biggest seizure of heroin, authorities told the Orlando Sentinel, ever found in central Florida.”
It would have been big news… Except it was suppressed.
Venice, Florida, where three of the four terrorist pilots learned to fly, is the biggest September 11 crime scene that wasn’t reduced to rubble. Yet it has until now received no serious scrutiny for what it might reveal about the nature of the 9/11 attack. Investigative journalist Daniel Hopsicker went searching for evidence that Mohamed Atta and his Hamburg cadre received outside help while they were in the U.S., as authorities initially stated, from a shadowy ‘global network,’ or even from foreign governments. What he found was a massive cover-up-in-progress in Florida designed to conceal the true story of what was going while Mohamed Atta and his Hamburg cadre conspirators made Venice, Florida their 'home away from home' base for a year and a half. Far from merely being negligent or asleep at the switch, the available evidence indicates the CIA was not just aware that hundreds of Arab ‘flight students’ began pouring into Southwest Florida in 1999, but was running the operation.
The Wall Street Journal called Barry Seal “the ghost haunting the Whitewater probe.” He was far more than that. Based on a 3-year long investigation, Daniel Hopsicker discovered the ‘secret history’ the American Press was afraid to tell… Seal, the most successful drug smuggler in American history, was also — and not coincidentally — a lifelong CIA agent, one of the most famous who ever lived, active in everything from the Bay of Pigs to Watergate to the Kennedy Assassination. And all this before becoming famous for importing tons of cocaine through Mena, Arkansas in the Scandal that won’t go away.
The story of Barry Seal is the story of what happens when guys we pay to protect us — CIA guys — go into business with guys we’re paying them to protect us against. “Made” guys. Mobsters… Organized Crime.
You’ll discover why a photograph taken by a night club photographer in a Mexico City nightspot ten months before the Kennedy assassination holds the key to the shadowy organization responsible for the massive corruption in Bill Clinton's Arkansas twenty years later. Commenting on the CIA’s affair with the Mafia, L.B.J.’s press secretary, Bill Moyers said, “Once we decide that anything goes, anything can come home to haunt us.” After you’ve read Barry and ‘the boys’ you’ll understand what he meant.
THE BONUS PACKAGE: Signed copies of “Barry & the boys”& “Welcome to TerrorLand” for a $100 donation (plus shipping, if you’re overseas.)
THE BIG BONUS PACKAGE: Signed copies of “Barry & the boys,” “Welcome to TerrorLand,” and ALL 6 DVDs for a $200 donation (again plus shipping, if you’re overseas.)
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